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DNA Methylation

Unlike the DNA sequence, which remains fixed over a lifetime, the epigenome changes in response to environmental and lifestyle factors, natural biological processes (e.g., aging), and the onset of disease.

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This eBook provides an introduction to DNA methylation and its applications in the study of human diseases. 

Content covers epigenome-wide association studies (EWAS), including considerations for study design, sample types, and data analysis.

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